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Pelagos Seafood in bayside

ptkchow | Aug 20, 200602:24 AM     8

this is a good greek fish house alternative to astoria. fresh whole fish grilled perfectly with the usual olive oil/lemon. i highly recommend the black sea bass (if they have it) - flaky and sweet -though the other fish that i've had there are also delicious. crusty bread with quality olive oil for dipping. good apps includ: fried calamari (not your run of the mill- light and tender), fried smelts (tiny whole fish breaded and fried - a huge plate). the baked clams were fine, though not really out of the ordinary. the greek salad is truly fresh and pretty big, so a "small" is plenty to share for 2-3 people to go with your entrees. carafe of the house white wine goes well with the meal. service is generally quite good, atmosphere is lively, restaurant done all in blue/white/seafaring motif.

Pelagos Seafood
Bell Blvd. and 38th Ave.
Bayside

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